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    Today finally I had a spare while to polish chrome boot strip and side ones. I used "T-cut original metal polish" and now I can confirm that it works very well. Scratches are barely visible. On 3rd pic you can see the difference on half done element.

    Very Very big thanks to Khalid (Happypostie) who got the paste and sent to me because I had a problem to get this in my city

    Peter

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    Looks alot better mate, i see someone else on here use some polish that was on offer at asda for £2 and that gave great results too...... i need to do my at some point

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    Looking good mate

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    Gotta agree mate I got the meguires chrome polish spent £8 on it and was rubbish then got this stuff from asda for £2 and wow what a polish use it on my tail pipes and they look like new again so another thumbs up from me

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    Great job that. Need to do mine.
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    So glad it worked for you like it did for me.

    Khalid your a star m8. Nice to see others help our overseas members

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    Cheers guys for comments. As I mentioned, scratches didn't disappear but the chrome looks much newer anyway
    @Envy, yep I liked your work so much that I needed to do the same with mine.
    And I need to admit that it's soooo nice and positive of Khalid that he decided to help me with getting this paste. That means this forum is really polite and unique and we can rely on each other, that's cool

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    autosol metal polish is allso very good for removing scratchs

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    Quote Originally Posted by GTS View Post
    Cheers guys for comments. As I mentioned, scratches didn't disappear but the chrome looks much newer anyway
    @Envy, yep I liked your work so much that I needed to do the same with mine.
    And I need to admit that it's soooo nice and positive of Khalid that he decided to help me with getting this paste. That means this forum is really polite and unique and we can rely on each other, that's cool
    good pics Peter ,i was only to glad to help out a fellow member , khalid

    the vectra has gone , but not far away so ill still see it form time to time

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    I am going to go over my chrome strip with some auto sol has given me good results before me so going to use it again

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